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Safari quits Any Mac experts out there. Am running Safari in OS X 10.5.4 and everytime I go to download a pdf from my bank website it goes to the downloader, a message comes up 'preparing to download' then it just quits. Message comes up 'Safari has had to quit unexpectedly' all the time. Why is this?

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Maybe because your computer cant run on it

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